Neftali Feliz isn't in jeopardy of losing his closing job. At least not yet.

Manager Ron Washington called Feliz his closer, although he wasn't available on Sunday night after throwing three consecutive days. Feliz blew his sixth save of the season Saturday, giving up three runs in the ninth to the Indians, who turned a 4-3 deficit into a 7-5 victory.

Asked who his closer was, Washington immediately said: "Neftali."

But he went on to say that Mike Adams would be used in a save situation, if the Rangers were in that position.

Through his struggles, Feliz has talked with former closer C.J. Wilson, and is also trying to learn from Adams. There has been talk of Feliz relying too much on his fastball, but that remains his No. 1 pitch.

"If I'm in trouble, I have to rely on my fastball," said Feliz, who has thrown his four-seamer 83.2 percent of the time. "Of course there are some situations where the hitter is sitting on my fastball and I can't rely on that pitch. I've got to be able to throw an off-speed pitch, whether it's a breaking pitch or a slow pitch."

For now, Feliz remains in the closer's role, but Texas added depth at the backend of the bullpen with Adams and Koji Uehara, both acquired through trades. Adams was used to close out the Rangers' 5-3 win Sunday.